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Using video technology as a catalyst to developing reflection skills in pre-service science teachers
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Paper presented at the 3rd Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference, Singapore, 1 - 3 June 2009
This paper examines the use video playback technology coupled with the use of blogs and wikis in developing the reflection skills of 22 pre-service science teachers. Specifically, this paper illumines what pre-service teachers notice and subsequently make sense of teaching as they watch video segments of teaching taking place. It is found that pre-service science teachers primarily took notice of teaching skills and then used that as a primer to reflect upon classroom management, students’ learning need, the learning environment and how teachers plan their lesson. The use of videos and reflective blogs offers a systematic and structured way from evidence-based reflection of teaching for pre-service teachers.
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